Have you celebrated Pride before?
Depending on whether I work or went to school or had free time. I did 2 years ago up in Portland with my Trans Friend, Bi Sister, my Straight sister, and I, an Asexual. I did a lot in high school when we were able to do "Day of Silence" in which you show the world the voices they're missing by staying silent as a way to stand for all those who are gay and can't be themselves out of fear.
What do you think of first when you think of Pride?
I'm glad they have times for people to celebrate who they are. No one should have to change just so others can like them.
How do you show support for LGBTQ+ people you know?
I accept them, call them by their names or pronouns that they want, have shown I care for both them and their partner(s), have asked common questions about polyamory so I can understand my friends' open relationship, have accepted anyone who feels Asexual and help them learn to cope with who they are and to be proud regardless of what others think, I have attended weddings for them, I've gone to pride celebrations, and I have stood up for them whenever someone has mistreated them or put them down for who they are. Overall, I treat them like humans just like everyone else, because everyone should be treated as such even if they choose different lifestyles that aren't quite the norm for others.